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The odd-even effect in multiplication: parity rule or familiarity with even numbers?

Bibliographic reference Lochy, A ; Seron, Xavier ; Delazer, M ; Butterworth, B. The odd-even effect in multiplication: parity rule or familiarity with even numbers?. In: Memory & cognition, Vol. 28, no. 3, p. 358-65 (2000)
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